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Secrets Of A Grand Prix Photographer, Bahrain Testing Day 2

The Autosport Podcast

05:16 min | Last month

Secrets Of A Grand Prix Photographer, Bahrain Testing Day 2

"To go with today's action i'm joined by grand prix alex kalinowka and a special guest photography. Extraordinaire stephen t. To get his perspective from the front line. Stephen thank you so much for joining us today. it's been a very busy couple of days and bahrain How is the great nice to be here. Thank you for inviting me. Yeah it's been been okay at as you said. The weather was was fit. Weirder than we expected. I think everyone thought we were gonna come here. Very benign and a ball. They were able to really halt yesterday. And and we have to sandstorms but amazingly I think the amazing thing was caused the often is still managed to get to the time that they did a landau for about a day. That saying how amazed there was that you manage to get such a such a quick time in and he said that he thinks the because the track is Has got such a. It's a very rough track very wraps up. He seems to think that maybe the oldest a very very fine sand that was being blown around. What's going into the cracks and wasn't really effective in sumatra. 'cause they said it looks a lot worse. The cheap felt basically. So that's quite interesting. So how was that from your perspective because obviously it was very very sandy on friday. A love wins. And when you get bahrain as well you have to deal with the conditions of going from light to dark as a photographer. How does that change things. Foyer day these tests have been quite long. There's actually quite nice to have the dnc the otherwise everything will be a little bit one dimensional. You'd be reasonably nice light in the morning. He's got reasonably life nights. Layoffs at all or you should But it's nice. It's nice to have the opportunities to the lives as well. I'm here with them choosing mclaren so we're only allowed to even be on track or in team garage if you work and they see what folded at one team so we could allow full overseeing the garage then all out and circuit two very separate team says guys are on track. Spend the whole weekend on track guys in the in the cowards and spend the whole weekend in that garage is but so so it. It's quite nice to have to the you know the the change of life because as soon as the lights come on you can stop doing different things etcetera so It otherwise it would be very very long day on a bit. One dimensional when you set up for the weekends. You and the other talkers. Guts bahrain for the weekend diesel to come together make list of like the shots you want to get or is it very much A little bit more fluid than that shopping list is kind of creative. I in a client whether it be working might multiple dot com or ulcers. Full repay racing. We were We we put them yesterday. They they went suppress Last night basically. So they needed. They needed five parades and And pictures of every car. The team sponsors. We were all have big shopping list of stuff they need so it's very much driven by but yet you're absolutely right we do. It's around a on a breakdown. Who can do an five of the days. The best time to get the shot get shot there is a lot of discussion about basically and obviously in preseason testing updates as well which is quite important factor for editorially and i guess for you guys this photographer how do you kind of with that kind of aspects of preseason testing as well. What about talk of his mom. He's tossed with looking for that stuff and shoots just basically shoots stuff on circuit tries to get angles but my show walser. What the what. The teams are doing differently. So that's that's that's very much role this year because there's no active free actress to the line. I know access to other people's got the one working working working in it's it's very sham an od on the oneal and tracks Soup scenario about. He's been with this gopher nisa kind of see stuff so it's kind of interesting to hear it from especially within the time currently in but you know you've been you've been at the track stephen and you've been watching things happens. There been anything that's kind of caught your eye for the past couple of days. I mean just the number of laps they've been doing is one thing. Obviously we all know the calls on all the other they. They social differences to the merrill basically the same as last year. So somebody's been doing testing for chip more years than cats. Cats are remember One of the features of testing nor in especially you know going back a few years was the cause would sometimes do you know first day of testing four or five laps and spend the rest of the time in the couch being being get the updates in an engineer stunning scratching their heads over a various positive. But they've just been they've been pretty pretty now and they just been going round and round around so i think good other than that frustration for us i suppose The the there's been a lot flow is on the cars and And that's not something that Clients we go out to us basically because that gives away lots of secrets. So those those those locks have to be Speeches copy used from the laps. That's happening on and then hopefully they've been using the the arrow gates as well and a lot so That this There's been quite a lot of. Let's be quite a lot of that going on the last two days especially in the

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Climate change is our reality. Here's how we're taking action

TED Talks Daily

04:13 min | 2 months ago

Climate change is our reality. Here's how we're taking action

"Hello everyone. I'm al gore founder and chairman of the climate reality project. This extraordinary moment of great challenge and great loss is obviously also a moment of great awakening and a great opportunity. The global pandemic structural and institutional racism with it's horrific violence the worsening impacts of the climate crisis all of these have accelerated the emergence of a new and widespread collective understanding of our connection to the natural world the consequences of ignoring science and our sacred obligation to build a just society for all the climate reality project. Trains thousands of climate leaders around the world and all one hundred ninety. Five nations advocate for a future humanity deserves. You're about to hear from four very different people who've gone through this week long training and hear how they've been inspired to act. I want to let them speak for themselves. Beginning with he minna. Loria jimena is working in central america to influence public policy and develop young later. She has given presentations on climate of thousands of people and has now created her own gio on her. Costa rica in out two thousand sixteen. Cheney vicks training nine change. I found ngo cold Bells my job has been focused on for me. Orthodox they both sation climate change supporting i see anti-taliban young eaters. Environmental hours somehow having more why and fifty presentations on climate crisis visuals raging personally more than three thousand one hundred people in. I am also proud of being part of eco savvy. Casulaties defy mistake nasseri. Nanna furman born in. Indonesia is a climate advocate extraordinaire and calls herself. A daughter of the rainforest is the muslim coordinator for green faith and co founder of the global muslim climate network. My name is nona man and i am a climate reality leaders in my life journey. I realized that behavior and consumption habits have contributed in environmental degradation and have resulted in global warming. However i believe that people grow spiritually through a strong relationship with the earth being born in the rainforest region of sumatra. I believe in our of our forests as the nejra solution to our climate crisis by giving indigenous peoples and traditional communities more rights to protect and manage the forest where they left now more than ever. It is time for us to look climate justice at the and center of our struggle. It's in the kaduna region of northern nigeria. They call gloria song. Boulos the queen of the climate crisis. Gloria has also founded a cocoon abased. Ngo that is focused on education empowerment and climate as the chemicals plans into training apply for eighty two thousand seventeen house me to be into bill capacity afterwards and they spend on my various action really very of some of my one of chief manages to children of his junior to get up to talk about climate change disclosures of climate change. Some walks have gone around eating me. See the planet. I mean planets scenes.

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New beginnings

Monocle 24: The Menu

07:55 min | 1 year ago

New beginnings

"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.

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Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse seen across Asia

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse seen across Asia

"The Persian Gulf India and eastern Asia have experienced an annual up boxing day eclipse like a total solar eclipse December. Twenty Twenty six event involved the Moon transitting directly between the sun and the earth and casting a lunar shadow across the earth service however because just like the earth orbit around around the Sun. The Moon's orbit around the Earth is elliptical rather than circular. That means they're at times when the Earth and moon are closer together such as during shipment of inch inch and other times when the little bit further apart such as now and being further apart makes the moon look a bit small from Earth so instead of of covering the entire face of the sun as a total eclipse. Only part of the solar disk is covered leaving a golden ring so-called ring of fire exposed at the point of annual hilarity the December twenty six annual clips so ninety seven percent of the sons. This blocked out providing a spectacular side. The event began in Saudi Arabia Arabia with a one hundred and forty two kilometer wide path. Vanya Larry in sprinting across Bahrain Qatar the United Arab Emirates a man India Sri Lanka Sumatra Tre Singapore Borneo and the Philippines before finally ending four and a half hours later on the Pacific island of Guam. The longest period of annual Larry was in Indonesia in Asia and people as far north as Japan and as far south as down in the PILBARA. We're able to experience a partial annual or eclipse for more details. We're joined by Jonathan. Nellie the editor of Australian Sky Tell US magazine they call these days or ring of fire eclipse. And that's because the moon weren't entirely cover up the sun at the time of maximum The Moon Lot further away from us in its orbit so little slightly smaller and therefore it doesn't entirely how the Sun and you get a still get a thin sort of ring or an annual loss of sunlight around the outside so a partially clips simply means that you're not From where you are on the direct line of the eclipse because when the Moon goes in between the sun and the US the moonshadow falls onto the earth. But it comes down the earth moonshadow narrows as it gets towards the earth and the shadow where the totality is a couple of hundred kilometers wide. So you've got to be within that band nor to see the number if you're on the outside that band you're going to see a partially because if you just outside the band you'll see an almost totally quits but still will be cost as a a partial eclipse in the further away. You are from that path at Middle Path you see less and less and less of a partial eclipse and then you get to a point. We don't see any at all now. The difference between a total eclipse eclipse and an annual eclipse is. I said the turtle eclipse the moon will completely cover up on an annual eclipse. The Moon will still leave a thin ring of sunlight around at at the point of maximum. And that's because the moon goes around the earth and not in a circular orbit button so sometimes the mood is further away and sometimes the moon is closer in when it's closer in sort of the right of the moon is a little bit smaller and it's just enough to make a difference. The curiosities that the the distance between the earth and the Sun and the moon. We're out to be pretty much Four hundred four hundred the correct ratio. So sign is four hundred times further away from us than the moon is but it's also four hundred times bigger so you can on average than the moon cause the apparent size changes depending on. It's all but so. Oh Yeah We. We are able to see a total eclipse here from the ground here on earth. We're lucky in that respect. There aren't many places in the solar system where you can get a a total eclipse and we get a very long time for the last many minute but as I said when the moon is in the point of it's over it's a bit further away and look at small. If that happens to be the time when it goes in front of the sun then it worked completely cover up the Oh that's complicated by the fact that uh so but around the sun is also elongated further adding to the mathematics involve the unfortunate thing is that that Fortune about all these things are independent of each other. The Moon's orbit independent of the US orbit around the Sun. The size of things are independently. Assad everything else it just so happens it sometimes things line up the right way and we can of course now predict when those things are going to happen and there are patents to them. But there's no sort title grand calls me scheme of things that make things have to have to happen. Exactly this way or that way with clockwork regularity. Let's see the editor of stray sky. I telescope magazine and this is space time. I'm Stewart

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Travel to Lombok, Indonesia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Lombok, Indonesia

"Today? We're GONNA talk about lumberjack. The island of Lombok in Indonesia. Okay let's put it on a map first of all. I'm not sure that everybody can find Indonesia on a map but we're in the Western Pacific that's right in between the Pacific. Can the Indian Ocean. But where is the island of Lombok. Usually the way I tell people to locate Lombok is most people have heard of Bali and Bali. Alley is the island directly east of Bali in the the sort of archipelago of Indonesia which is more or less near the center of the Indonesian is winds. And that's where it is right next to the Bali. Okay and it right next to Bali and then also not that far from the Allen de Jakarta is is on. The name of that island escapes me for the moment at Java Java Java actually said it was near the center it's actually not news and draw wasn't considering Sumatra which is the largest of the islands and another interesting place to explore but you have Java which is the largest of the Indonesian islands rubs up against Peninsular Malaysia Asia. If you follow it east. You hit Carta in the island of Java next to Java you have Bali and then right after Bali a little further east you have lumbar well and people have heard about most of those islands. We're talking about except potentially Lombok. Why are we talking about Lumbar? Well for one and I guess we're talking about it because I just spent five weeks there with my family A couple months ago. We've spent a good deal of time in various parts of Indonesia. We'd he'd heard good things about Lombok and the reasons I would suggest going is especially for those who have been Bali. Feel that it's becoming overdeveloped overdeveloped and maybe in all the baggage that comes with that Lombard is a is a simpler place. It's less developed even though it is starting to gain tourism dollars too little sleep beer but it still has a lot of the same charm in the natural wonders of what you would find in Bali now as you know Oh and many of your listeners. Probably Know Bali Hindu island smack in the middle of of Indonesia which is a predominantly Muslim country. Right Lombok is not long is a Muslim. As Long Island nation may be island. Nation is too strong a word but I mean before Indonesia was a country all of these islands were at their own distinct cultures. Their own distinct getting ethnic tribes as well and so that element of Lombok. We found to be very interesting to have. It has a touch of the tropical paradise that Bali is but it comes from a completely different cultural background. And I don't know the history of the country of Indonesia but I'm guessing that it was conglomerates during the colonial period under into the Dutch. That's true okay. With my also limited knowledge of that these were all their own countries but then the Dutch spice merchants and colonists lists made it into one place far as I know there are still tensions between one part of Indonesian another in very vast cultural and linguistic differences assist between them for example on Lombok the predominant at this is the sack people and Sasa has their own language their own food their our own customs that you would not find in say Sumatra or Java or any of the other islands. Okay what kind of activity do you recommend mend for Lombok Guano you like to Kinda give a week long itinerary and give you a week or two weeks. Of course. We're going someplace relatively remote here. I'll give you an ambitious week or or perhaps a solid two week itinerary. I think most people would fly into to Lombok even though you can also I should say that a lot of people. We'll take speedboats or slow boats over from Bali. It's that close okay. We're talking twenty minutes. Thirty minutes on a speedboat or less. Oh Wow okay. So it's it's very Mary clubs. I would start in the Sing Gigi area which is to the West. The airport is in the sort of the southwestern region. Sing cing Gigi. Beach is a beach area to the west the island and in Kuta not to be confused with Bali Kuta but there is a Kuta area to to the south of the island. Both of these have exceptional snorkeling surfing scuba diving. I think that would be probably the easiest a place to start if you just WanNa have some laidback beach time. Okay I'm guessing if we don't want some laid back beach time. We probably shouldn't be spending our time and going all the way to Indonesia that that's part of what you come here for. I would think so. We certainly do an mason kind of strange especially if we started talking travel. We've lived in a lot of islands in beach areas. We're not actually big beach. People like that we burn easily. And I'm we. I'm talking about my family. Because aren't we have altogether all the time. I burn easily the sun and sand and all of that but I love beaches at night but we are big water. People would have my kids love to surf. My kids like snorkeling is. I'm sure I'll mention in the interview. They both got their junior patty scuba diving lessons while during this trip. And there's all of those kinds of things while you're in the Gigi area speaking of kind of water one of the things that we really like to do more than saltwater as we like freshwater what are we like streams and waterfalls and Lombok is just riddled just like Bali and a lot of ways lots of beautiful tropical waterfalls in rainforests and forest. And they're reachable. You you can hire a driver or as we do we rent scooters and with all the risks that that entails and I could get into that if you needed to we probably should. We probably should. Because it's good that you know that but I'm not sure that everybody who rents scooters understands that there are some some risks involved in scooter. Travel saying you shouldn't do it but you should be aware of it so when you say you rent scooters with all the risks involved tell me a little more about your thought process process year. You're traveling with two kids. I recall a wife and yourself and you're on to scooters for scooters one scooter the typical Indonesia uh-huh in Vietnam. We were all four on one scooter. But when we are in most places it's better to have to scooters in one parent in in one child. I think what you're getting at is traffic in southeast. Asia is is is a little hectic. It doesn't follow all the rules. Stop Lights and you are just suggestions. Yes right there are parts of Indonesia that I would not ride a scooter in Sumatra. We've have never ridden written a scooter at least in northern Sumatra where we've been because the roads were in poor condition. Plus there's lots of construction equipment logging trucks trucks. You don't want to have to be run off the road those kinds of things now. That being said in Lombok just like in Bali the roads are in pretty good condition and if you have experienced riding riding scooters in this kind of environment I would recommend it that being said a lot of travel insurance companies will not cover any sort of accidents or damages damages if you do not have a scooter motorcycle license in your home

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"sumatra" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"sumatra" Discussed on AP News

"The massive 12/26/2004 tsunami was triggered by a magnitude 9.1 earthquake off Sumatra island the giant wall of water killed about 230000 people in a dozen countries Indonesia's Aceh province which was closest to the earthquake was hit first and hardest with more than 170000 people killed in Indonesia 9 survivors amended system the data tended memorial ceremonies and left flowers that mass graves in the provincial capital crimes that change Danielle answered his family travel to the grave site every year we always come to the mass graves the tsunami victims because we don't know where our family is buried he said I'm Karen Thomas

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Thousands in Indonesia pray on 15th anniversary of tsunami

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands in Indonesia pray on 15th anniversary of tsunami

"The massive December twenty six two thousand and four tsunami was triggered by a magnitude nine point one earthquake off Sumatra island the giant wall of water killed about two hundred and thirty thousand people in a dozen countries Indonesia's Aceh province which was closest to the earthquake was hit first and hardest with more than a hundred and seventy thousand people killed in Indonesia nine survivors amended system the data tended memorial ceremonies and left flowers that mass graves in the provincial capital crimes that change Danielle answered his family travel to the grave site every year we always come to the mass graves the tsunami victims because we don't know where our family is buried he said I'm Karen Thomas

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28 killed as bus plunges into ravine in Indonesia

Ask the Experts

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

28 killed as bus plunges into ravine in Indonesia

"The bus plunged into a ravine on Indonesia's Sumatra island after its brakes apparently malfunctioned officials say the crash killed at least twenty eight people injuring

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"sumatra" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"sumatra" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"To keep things fresh how to make sure it always looks state of the art in current sergeant Steve is been working on it I've seen the prototypes looking absolutely fantastic so vessel like Tatian Hanukkah starts tomorrow night and it's time now to introduce or their final performance tonight or today I should say Frankie Sumatra and the cigar Dave singers happy humidors you well the general needs to being in the middle you made your season the and see a good day this common route bonuses sticks that is god by the and win Jim Rohn passes round ring humidor season and this is a good day looking resplendent is going to bring this to every ten minutes he's the smoke superintendent this is the best cognac drives can he stands up when the black what's the date Jack eats the humidor season so who do you do and decorate date and don't get to the road when we get get the and all the girls she never makes it go please she ate nothing good Hey she's a classy no it's the humidors what started three date don't forget to up the road take to when we get to the I don't know yeah no you may that's it well.

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Powerful earthquake hits off Indonesia coast

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Powerful earthquake hits off Indonesia coast

"The US Geological Survey says there has been a major earthquake off Indonesia S. islands of Java and Sumatra the magnitude was six point nine Paul Caruso is a geophysicist at U. S. G. S. we have about two hundred and thirty reports of being felt that the earthquake was actually out in the ocean and because this is left for the magnitude seven we don't believe that there is any risk of tsunami the Pacific tsunami warning center did not issue a tsunami warning and Indonesian authorities say they will continue to monitor the

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Indonesia discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Indonesia discussed on America in the Morning

"The deadly industrial disaster. In Indonesia officials say at least thirty people were killed in a fire that swept through a house in North Sumatra the doubled a match factory among the dead free

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Orangutans Dwelling On The Past

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Orangutans Dwelling On The Past

"Look, there's an ragavan up there where it just climbed up to where we can't see him. You think it's off to tell its friends about the annoying humans. It saw pro and so much detail. But researchers to think they're able to communicate about past events arena towns make kiss squeak noise when they see a predator to warn each other of danger nothing unusual about that lots of animals have alarm calls. But now researchers have heard rang attends make the noise after the dangerous past assign that they're communicating about the past and the first evidence that primates other than humans have that ability. Researchers set up an experiment and Sumatra's Katembo forest in which a scientist draped in a striped spotted or plane seat walked on all fours under the trees. Where female rang attends were sitting the expected there. Ryan tents. Sound their kiss squeak alarm right away? But they didn't. Instead they quietly grabher infants and slowly climbed higher up a tree. The Ryan waited an average of seven minutes before making a noise and one even waited twenty minutes and the Evan's weren't too paralyzed with fear to make the noise right away. Probably not since they were able to grab their infants and climb. Researchers think the female wrong tons were being quiet. So they wouldn't try to tension and made the noise afterwards to let infants know about the danger. They were just n found something a human mother would do apart from the climbing a tree part. Those moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. Where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts. I'm cassandra. I'm Don glass.

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Science News Briefs from the World Over

60-Second Science

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Science News Briefs from the World Over

"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here's a short piece from the January two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine the article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by editorial contributor Emiliano Rodriguez mega from Italy. Europe's most relentless volcano mount EDNA is slowly sliding into the sea under its own weight. If part of it collapses, suddenly researchers say it could trigger mega sue nominees in the Mediterranean from Indonesia, the construction of a hydroelectric dam and power plant in north Sumatra's baton Toro forest caused ranks from an endangered newly described species to flee the project site the guy. Government has sent guards to monitor the apes which built their nests on local plantations from the Netherlands, according to appeals in the Hague has ruled that the Dutch government needs to take action to help stop climate change. The ruling states that the country must reduce greenhouse gas emissions to at least twenty five percent below nineteen ninety levels by twenty twenty from Khazakstan an astronaut Anna cosmonaut escape a Russian spacecraft that experienced a launch failure shortly after take off Nick Haig Alexei of Jenin landed safely after their capsule made an emergency separation from the rocket from Papua New Guinea health authorities detected the first polio outbreak in Papua in eighteen years. The three cases where identified in Morobi province where sanitation is limited and vaccine coverage is low and from Bulgaria the world's oldest intact. Shipwreck was discovered at the bottom of the black. See off the coast radiocarbon analysis suggests the would vessel dates back to four hundred BC that was quick hits by a million Rodriguez. Mega.

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Science News Briefs From the World Over

60-Second Science

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Science News Briefs From the World Over

"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here's a short piece from the January two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine the article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by editorial contributor Emiliano Rodriguez mega from Italy. Europe's most relentless volcano mount EDNA is slowly sliding into the sea under its own weight. If part of it collapses, suddenly researchers say it could trigger mega sue nominees in the Mediterranean from Indonesia, the construction of a hydroelectric dam and power plant in North Sumatra baton Toro forest caused a rantings from an endangered newly described species to flee the project site the gum. Government has sent guards to monitor the apes which have built their nests on local plantations from the Netherlands accord of appeals in the Hague has ruled that the Dutch government needs to take action to help stop climate change. The ruling states that the country must reduce greenhouse gas emissions to at least twenty five percent below nineteen ninety levels by twenty twenty from Khazakstan an astronaut and Aqazadeh scape. A Russian spacecraft that experienced a launch failure shortly after take off Nick Haig Alexei of Chinon landed safely after their capsule made an emergency separation from the rocket from Papua New Guinea health authorities detected the first polio outbreak in Papua in eighteen years. The three cases where identified in Morobi province where sanitation is limited and vaccine coverage is low and from Bulgaria the world's oldest intact. Shipwreck was discovered at the bottom of the black. See off the coast radiocarbon analysis suggests the wooden vessel dates back to four hundred BC that was quick hits by Amelia. No rodriguez. Mega.

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Suicide Bomber Kills 3 at Libya’s Foreign Ministry, Officials Say

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Suicide Bomber Kills 3 at Libya’s Foreign Ministry, Officials Say

"Sooner army that devastated. Parts of Java and Sumatra on Saturday four hundred twenty nine people are confirmed dead. Some hush me reports. Heavy rains are hampering rescue efforts with one hundred and fifty people still reported missing. The government has now tone its attention on providing relief to thousands of people who have lost their homes. Several centers have been set up to collect food and clothing. It is unclear when the new system will be installed. But if twenty eighteen has shown anything it's thought in a country at SAS meekly active as Indonesia it is much needed. Samia? Hush me, the Tunisia and journalists has died after setting himself on fire apparently in protest at worsening economic conditions in a video published before his death Abderazek Sergei said he was planning to act on behalf of the people of the western city of Cathrine, and he described as having no means of subsistence thousands of protesters took to the city streets and clashed with police on Monday night. Well, news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. With governor Cuomo in state legislative leaders voicing support for legal marijuana. Supporters of the move are sticking out positions on shaping the Bill in the new year. Donna Lieberman from the New York. Civil Liberties Union would like to state to decriminalize marijuana for everyone above age eighteen we know alcohol prohibition, simply forces drinking underground and rather than ensuring commit crimes over to get access to marijuana. We should not repeat the mistakes of the past. The governor lawmakers so far favor in age cutoff of twenty one county. Health officials across New York oppose legalizing marijuana for medical and behavioral reasons, but they say if the state's going to do it. Anyway, the law should at least direct some of the tax revenue tour programs that monitor the effects of long term, use New Jersey spends about three point four billion dollars a year on health care for eight hundred thousand public employees and retirees and that's expected to climb in the new year as WNYC. Karen rouse reports. Governor Phil Murphy is pushing for savings Murphy state health benefits task force says plan administrators should help employees manage diseases or other chronic conditions that keep them from landing back in the hospital. And there needs to be better use of data Hetty Rosenstein is the state director for the communications workers of America, and a member of the task force evaluate what the spend was charging more on what your outcomes which are better and with what's out of network, and what is in network all of those things you have to really evaluate the task force also called for an increase access to mental health services

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"sumatra" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"No deal has been made yet as President Trump wants five billion dollars for his border wall, Oregon Senator and possible presidential candidate in two thousand twenty Jeff Berkley says the standoff is about politics not policy. We're absolutely willing to fund. Border security, the American people want us to spend money in a smart way. Five billion dollars is a lot of money that's six hundred and fifty thousand children attending headstart. It's two million meals. A day are year for a year for for singers. The Senate could reconvene as early as Thursday following the holiday hundreds of thousands of government workers are still on the job. But they won't see any pay until the shutdown ends making his first television appearance in Spain named incoming White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, on ABC's this week defended the president's border wall. We really think we're in a good place in terms of getting the wall built and also getting Mexico to participate in our border security. None of that is Mexico paying for the wall. Now, let's just be both know that it cannot work. Exactly. Like that Mulvaney in two thousand fifteen called Trump's idea of a border wall. Absurd and almost childish in one year later called then candidate Trump a terrible human being over two hundred people are dead more than eight hundred injured and twenty eight reported missing in Indonesia. Following a soon. Nami triggered by volcanic. Eruption the wave without any prior warning struck a popular beach resort in the area between the islands of Java and Sumatra back in two thousand four Indonesia was one of several countries impacted by a NAMI following a nine point one magnitude earthquake in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Sumatra that killed on two hundred twenty five thousand people the day after Christmas. Remember for news anytime on demand. It's seven hundred w l w dot com. I'm Shawn Gallagher. Newsradio seven hundred w l w.

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Turkey-backed Syrian fighters prepare to replace US forces

All of It

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Turkey-backed Syrian fighters prepare to replace US forces

"Protect Syria's. Borders from Turkey, the STF says it needs someone to fill the gap after American troops leave and all options are on the table level. Aryan NPR news Syria, at least three hundred seventy three people have died on Indonesia's islands of Java and Sumatra more than one hundred twenty are missing after this week's weekend. Sue, NAMI, crews are combing through debris. The and climbing over chunks of concrete to search for survivors. And collect the dead Kathy Mueller. Who's with the Red Cross on Sulawesi island says getting clean water to the areas? Also a priority. They've actually become quite proficient since the Indian Ocean city NAMI back in two thousand and four and the purification of water and the distribution of water. So they're they're doing that here in Sulawesi to the earthquake in response where I am.

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Liz Cheney says she strongly opposes Trump on Syria, Afghanistan

Red Eye Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Liz Cheney says she strongly opposes Trump on Syria, Afghanistan

"If we were to withdraw precipitously from Syria, if we were to withdraw from Afghanistan leave a situation where our enemies could again, establish havens. There's no question in my mind. The president will regret that. And we'll be in a situation where we probably have to go back at far greater cost both in terms of treasure. But also mostly American lives. The death toll from an Indonesian Sonam e that struck soon to straight coastal areas along western Java in southern Sumatra islands over the weekend has

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Some national parks remain open during shutdown, others close

The Von Haessler Doctrine

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Some national parks remain open during shutdown, others close

"TSA will continue to operate national parks closed. But the state of Arizona will be keeping the Grand Canyon. Open and New York state will keep the statue of liberty and Ellis Island open as well. The partial government shutdown will last until at least Thursday when lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill or at fifty one degrees right now in Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. The death toll has soared past two hundred and Indonesia after a volcanic eruption triggered a NAMI more than eight hundred others hurt and doesn't still miss aftermath horrifying the sue NAMI. Tearing apart hundreds of homes sweeping away hotels flooding streets and overturning 'cause the injured rushed to hospitals in the area. Rescue teams rummage through the rubble in search of survivors entire town swept away BC's. Julia MacFarlane reports the wave struck a popular beach resort in the area between the islands of Java and Sumatra.

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With no deal, U.S. government shutdown likely to drag on past Christmas

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

With no deal, U.S. government shutdown likely to drag on past Christmas

"Quote, we won in the fight against ISIS and announced. The US would withdraw troops from Syria. His Defense Secretary resigned and Saturday another high level departure ABC's Lana Zack has more breadth. Mcgurk the top US on void to the global coalition to defeat. Isis said he could not carry out the president's orders to withdraw from Syria and quote, maintain my integrity. And now the president is hitting back in a flurry of tweets calling mcgurk agreement Stander and downplaying his resignation as a quote nothing event in Indonesia assu, NAMI tearing through areas in between the islands of Java and Sumatra at least two hundred and twenty two people were killed the wave. Triggering officials. Say officials say after a volcanic eruption ABC's rob Marciano has more on what happened. We do think that because of an eruption there we had an underwater landslide. Which basically does the same thing that a regular soon? Nami does which is you get a displacement of water when that happens these things can travel up to four five hundred miles per hour. Even with a warning system. It will take less than ten minutes. For this soon. Nami to get to where it was. So very little in the way of warning rescue crews now scrambling to find survivors, you're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm

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"sumatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Proud to be the leader. These great men and women, especially those officers in the fifth district. They have endured a lot of tragedy. This year. But yet and still they still make the sacrifice, and they're come to work everyday strap on this Dr they're gonna advanced and they go out and do the things that we did services for officer. Conrad Gary who was also killed were held Friday. Both were chasing a suspect responding to shots fired that person Edward Brown is in custody. Chicago firefighter was injured in an extra alarmed fire in the Rogers park neighborhood yesterday. Not clear what injuries the firefighter had. But a spokesperson says his condition is stable but fire broke out in a large concrete building in the sixty four hundred block of north ravens would over two hundred people have been killed eight hundred forty three injured and twenty eight remain missing in parts of Indonesia after a volcanic eruption triggered a soon. Nami the wave struck a popular beach resort in the area between the islands of Java and Sumatra ABC's. Julia MacFarlane reports from the foreign desk in London. Sweeping away. Everything in sight, just after nine thirty in the evening. Local time on the island of Anak Krakatau volcano visible for miles the water crashing sixty five feet inland. Justin's house and hotels in the popular tourist area on the Sunday straight packed with travelers on vacation for the holidays in our country. We may not see any movement toward the end of a temporary government shutdown until Thursday when the Senate returns from the Christmas break back to Washington. President Trump wants more money for a border wall with Mexico and Democrats oppose that this partial shutdown began yesterday as limited impact over the next few days because both Monday and Tuesday are federal holidays. However, eight hundred thousand people in the government are affected by this shutdown. A nine year old girl was attacked on the southwest side. More from WGN's Roger badesch shirl was dragged off her bike sexually assaulted and kicked by her attacker before being able to escape. Happened in the forty nine hundred block of south Kenzi man who carried an Aldy grocery bag and a Family Dollar bag was between the ages of thirty to forty standing about five ten to six foot tall one hundred and eighty to two hundred pounds short black hair mustache and beard. He was wearing a black jacket blue pants and Brown boots. Roger badesch WGN news. A man was killed after a wave swept him and a friend in Lake Michigan both were walking along a break wall leading to the Michigan city, Indiana lighthouse Friday when a ten foot wave knocked both into the water one of the men swam back to the break wall threw a life ring into the water, but his friend did not resurface. He was.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New holiday getaways on the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra turn tragic as NAMI swept away betrayed houses and hotels now with the death toll up to one hundred sixty eight people seven hundred forty five people injured dozens of people missing and hundreds of houses destroyed correspondent Ivan Watson says nine hotels heavily damaged the Senate adjourned until Thursday, leaving the government likely to stay partially shut down well into next week talks to reopen the government via agreement on spending Bill made little headway Saturday. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says that President Trump has denied ever suggesting firing Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell Mnuchin also said that Trump doesn't believe he has the right to fire Powell Trump has been attacking the fed for the central bank's interest rate increases Powell in particular. I'm Barbara Kusak. With Bloomberg sports. I'm Paul Edwards week sixteen of the NFL season. Commencing with a pair of games on Saturdays. The ravens maintain control their playoff destiny with a twenty two to ten win over the chargers in Los Angeles. Baltimore moving to five and one was Lamar Jackson as it starting quarterback. The chargers dropped to eleven and four in the first game Blaine gabbert rally the titans to their fourth consecutive win. As Tennessee beat the Redskins home. Twenty five sixteen Gabbard came on for the injured Marcus mariota who left with a stinger in the second quarter Gabar. Throwing a go ahead. Two yard touchdown pass late in the fourth to help Tennessee keep its playoff hopes alive. Malcolm Butler sealing the deal returning. Josh Johnson interception. Fifty six yards for a touchdown on the game's final play. Coming up today. Giants and jets. Both have one o'clock kickoffs. Big blue will try to spoil the colts playoff chances in. Indianapolis. Jets are home for the Packers. Green Bay has already been eliminated from the playoff picture. But they still got that guy. Aaron rodgers. Meanwhile, jets rookie QB Sam darnold says Rogers makes playing quarterback look pretty easy the ways they will see the field.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"It'll really help us out. Enjoy the episode. So what else you most excited about the future that you're you're observing taking place? Now, any kind of developments technologies movements ways of thinking while on a really practical level. It's the. Regenerative agriculture movement. I talked about that before too to heal the soil, and he'll the water. If you if you're talking about adapting to the future. So much of the damage that is attributed to climate change is actually caused by land decoration? For example, floods droughts. I'm not saying that grow patterns not also factor. But, but you know, when you when you cut down forests, the rain stop coming and the water can't soak into the water table. So you have see have floods droughts. I could go through some of the hydrological. Research that I did for for the for my book. But I'm not sure if I want to go to that level of detail right now, but just to say that that the most important thing that we need to do right now in alignment with a living planet future rather than a dead planet future is to protect and restore life and be the servant of life and recognize ourselves as life. Helping create the conditions for life. That's not the way that civilization has been thinking. Life outside of ourselves has been. Treated as a resource to serve us. That's the basic mindset of domestication even. So partnership paradigm needs to needs needs to take over. So yes, sir. So serving life creating conditions for life. I means protecting the whatever pristine ecosystem still exist. Top priority is the Amazon Congo, and whatever's left in Borneo and Sumatra Indonesia, which has been heavily degraded, but everywhere anywhere where there's pristine nature that still carries the memory of health the guy in memory of health because if it's preserved in those few places, then it can still emanate out from those places. There's still a reservoir memory of health. So that's top priority. Second priority than restore regenerate revitalize repair what's been damaged. That can be done through marine preserves there's proposals out there to to make vast areas of the ocean off limits to fishing and whaling, you know, like. That all that kind of stuff an Jeter, agriculture and reforestation. And done in. Intimate relationship with nature and not through. Scaled up. Tree planting campaigns things like that. How do you know what trees to be planted? Where that only that knowledge only comes through close study over years or even generations. So it means involving. Place based people. So that's that's that's just one. While let's to to to to the most exciting thing happening. So people who are doing that and sticking their lives on it. That's. What moves my heart, and then in the social sphere in the political sphere to there's there's a kind of truth and reconciliation, restorative Justice. Ways of seeking social change that are not tapping into the narrative of the people on the other side are horrible, and let's defeat them. Let's shame them. Let's arouse judgment indignation against them as bad people in order to tear them down. But really like deep peace based deep peace based social change initiatives. Yeah. Like, most of the stuff that that excites me is is quite marginal today, and a lot of the things that people think are innovative in new and changing the world are in hidden away. So part of the old story like I talk about crypto currencies, for example. I don't know if that was on the list of questions, but that would be one way which three. Yeah. There is the seed of something new that that people see it. They're like have that feeling. I was talking about before of homecoming of. Yeah. Here it is. Here's here's something that echoes my whisper to myself. And so people really latch onto it. Maybe sometimes not seeing the ways that they're. Idealism has been hijacked into something that that. Is the old story in disguise? And but there is something. There are two that's been a challenging one for me is to recognize where I'm kind of perpetuating old problems are ways of thinking that I thought I had gotten over. And then I'm just kind of believing the the skies version of the old story. It's hard to know. Like what? Well, probably not completely relevant for this podcast. But a lot of business questions where I'm pursuing like, you know, trying to get money in the way, I get money..

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"sumatra" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Lead singer of the rock group. Smashing pumpkins. Composed the score for Sumatra in collaboration. He board. Mike garson? I don't know who Mike Garson is. I don't either this is solid. I mean, it's a solid like stupid be ass horror movie. Right. It's like, it's not. It's it's very typical of those kind of movies. And it's exactly like what you see is what you get. And you just go to Tarim e Gabriel Byrne wearing one of those what do you call the two little white collar that priests wears at a Catholic is out that is sure do you know that or are you just agreeing with me, I'm sitting with you because a Catholic or Cosa it's the same thing to me. Let's see here is an acoustic the Russian dude with the big app, then John John cusak. The white collar. It's the Lloyd Dobler of a accessories level, Lloyd Dobler who doesn't. Clerical collar. I guess is when it's called on. Well, no, no special name square to be way to be creative with your naming. I guess there's different ones. It's like, the shady Beatles. They were not just a clever name shitty. Beatles. Remember on Wayne's world. He's in the line in talking to meat loaf who's playing so. And so and so and the shitty Beatles. Terrible. Oh, never name that. Oh. Yeah. It was hollies. A my first date was that Wayne's world Wayne's world. Ninety three. ninety two somewhere in there. I was like in shit. I was like in seventh grade. Really great somewhere. Yeah. All right enough. Okay. So I still like to the subbing hygienic props for putting on something to protect their glasses. Exactly. I would've net. Like, I wouldn't that's a step beyond. What I would go to. Yeah. I'm and how does that scratch? This seems to me this is a very this is a very kind of like typical you ever get in a car wreck. And there's like a ding or dent on another part of your car. And then it's like, oh, yeah. Like, I guess another car here. Trying to get your insurance cover them fixing that part too. Yeah. This is a very typical one of those things like oh shit. I got a on my glasses. Who can I blame this on to get coverage or sub hygienics that was there? Well, I mean, I'm sure this has never happened to you. But I I years ago, I did a crown on a person, and then they they moved. And then they get a Bill from them later that they end up saying that that tooth needed a root canal. So the ad the root canal done and then the crown needs to be redone at some point. It hasn't been done. You know, off like, I'm sorry for the language, but. That's not happening. Yeah. So I it's it's always no, I'm not I wouldn't pay you back, but you come back, and I'll redo it for free. But since we just did it, you know, three months ago or something. But to say, you know, I want someone else to replace it. Then then your I love the snowbird aspect of this. Right. Right. You know, what that immediately makes me think of Lance. What's the one impersonation that idea? What's the one good voice? I do. You get you have a good one. All the crappy voices idea. What's the one? That's like. Top of steel Jewish lady might try focal glasses got scratched by hygienist. Pay the Bill three hundred sixty dollars with Dr Fogelman down here in Boca, his the Bill. They'll take care of makes over the phone. Just give them a coal like, no lady. No, MRs Feldstein. This isn't happening. We are not doing this for sure we are not doing this. So what would be appropriate thing to cover their glasses with? Well, you could do a frigging towel just cocoon that head towel Hatem. I see where you're going. Syria. Go how about a welder's mask? Nothing's going to scratch it your welder's mask damn straight..

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Crashed Lion Air jet's previous flight left passengers terrified

Business Beware

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Crashed Lion Air jet's previous flight left passengers terrified

"USA's Chris Barnes has an update on the crash jetliner in Indonesia the plane was almost knew the two month old Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight jet plunging into the Java. Just thirteen minutes after it took off from Jakarta heading for an island off Sumatra. It's pilot had requested clearance to return to the airport. Just a couple of minutes after takeoff indicating a problem though, the exact cause was uncertain to passengers on the planes. Previous flight from Bali to Jakarta on Sunday described issues that had caused them some alarm one told TV won the plane dropped suddenly several times in the first few minutes of that flight, and it caused some passengers to get sick. Another said the jets take off on that earlier flight was delayed because the crew said there was some type of technical problem. A team from Boeing is assisting with the investigation into why the aircraft crashed

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"sumatra" Discussed on Z104

Z104

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Z104

"Seventeen center. Good morning to you. Both ladies good morning DAL. Unless Starwood you what is a pay Sutter a pacesetter well to become a pacesetter you have to raise at least two thousand and five hundred dollars. Okay. All right. So how did you become involved with the way you race? That much last year twenty seventeen I raised two thousand five hundred twenty sixteen thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. That's great. How did you do that? Well, social media, Dale. I'm got on Facebook. Got on Facebook. I've had to family members who dot actually three who data breast cancer. And so every October. I changed my profile picture Sumatra's pitcher. She died at thirty three and I had another who at fifty seven and a cousin at forty young very young. And then my sister was diagnosed at thirty four, but she's a survivor so every October. I put their pictures on Facebook and people start sending me messages. Hey, let me know when you're site is going to be up, so I can donate. So that's your your motivation that is my motivation. So what are one or two ways that you reach your fundraising goals besides Facebook? And there's Facebook also text messaging, I will send out messages probably July Tom frame, saying, hey, I need a donation can I count on you? And I also followed that up with phone calls are pretty much hound people. The community development manager. Yes. For the American Cancer Society. What does that what what do you do? So I work specifically with making strides against breast cancer. Walk in Virginia Beach, and Pamela has been a part of our peninsula. Walk up in Newport News, and my role is just kind of be the staff liaison for the American Cancer Society, and all of our volunteers, and all of our breast cancer survivors to come and come together for to fight against this really big caused half. What tell me more Pam when does the event and I'm sorry. Tell me more Michelle wins the event is being held on the south side and the peninsula. Yes. It's going to be on this outside and the finance LA the south sides walk is on Saturday October thirteenth at eight AM. Starts registration. The walk starts at ten and that's going to be at mount trashmore in Virginia Beach of force. And then the peninsula will have on Sunday October the fourteenth. So the very next day. If you're feeling crazy and want to do both. And that's going to be starting at noon at Christopher Newport. Well, there are a lot of fun. I've been to the breast cancer walk in. At mount trashmore wife and app participate event, lots of fun, but for someone who's not listening tell everybody how it works. Sure, you can start as a participant or a team leader and kind of start with your whole fund raising goal to before the event and like Pam last set your goal high at the twenty five hundred dollar Mark to really be a pacesetter and to set the pace for everyone across the board. Or of course, if you need to have a little bit more kind of bits and pieces to grow up. I know my goal starts a little similar, and I grow it as I achieve the pieces along the way. But then you come together as a community with other breast, cancer, survivors and caregivers on that Saturday or Sunday. And kind of really celebrate the survivors and kind of it's bittersweet acknowledged those that who are no longer with us. Monday again for anyone who hasn't been to the walk explaining what happens day starts says the registration. Yeah. They'll register and come in around eight o'clock in the morning for the south side and get to stop off at the different vendor. Tents and listen to some music kind of get together with the community and the walk will commence at ten they'll go around a noncompetitive. I've K walks just three point one miles. It's good nice and healthy for you by that'll kind of have some fun upbeat and energy along the way. Is it still time to register? Yeah. Absolutely. So you can register all the way up until the day, and there's no registration fee for joining us as well. Okay. And pamela. What do you know? What time it starts? Well, the walk at Christopher Newport, which will be Sunday October fourteenth, registration is that noon and the walk starts at two. And as Michelle says three point one miles. Now, the track is the course is different because we're Christopher Newport. So at Christopher Newport, we walk around the campus beautiful campus, and Michelle what about the the the mount trashmore walk. What time does the start? So the registration starts at eight and the.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Oldest brotherinlaw was it was a chemical engineer working in sumatra what made you growing upon aisle pretty good thing to be doing so that's why i wanted to be a chemical engineer and i was going to go to cornell because he went to cornell and that was going to be what i was going to do well the war happen and i came eighteen and you get drafted it's hard for people to realize today every place you go people are uniform when people welcoming around and survey close the only people who are in savannah close those who couldn't qualify because a physical disabilities so everybody was in uniform no matter where you were so i got drafted and fortunately my dad was smart enough to send me off to isla st before of his eighteen and i got two quarters in an engineer so they are made in his great wisdom decided to make a combat engineer which held a lot better and be an infant but as far as i was concerned so i went to fort jackson south carolina how from shoe city our columbia south carolina is aeons away it took us five days on a damn train so we got there all of us soldiers could off to train and i started got us all lined up there and he's calling the role and he shows fifty five from that moment on i was fee so anyway that was in march of nineteen forty four forty four.

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"sumatra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Living in large groups of people without adequate hospitalization at one point you mentioned how banos later on is charged by the singapore singapore war crimes tribunal and he's given a death sentence buddy escapes it so banner wasn't routinely kind or generous it was just that frank charmed him is that how to understand this that's a good way to put it part of the army and you know the japanese had a very low opinion of frisbees of war that they took they did not believe in the entire idea so they preferred that these prisoners to be worked to death if not outright killed and he took part in that for sure he was maybe a grade better than in her half a grade better than some of the others but that would by no means don't make any confusion he was still a tough officer and the conditions in the camp that he's that he oversaw were extremely difficult and the food dwindled very rapidly as the war progressed of course and things turned against the japanese less and less food made it to gore and the the other prison camps and the prisoners are basically forced to fend for themselves and that included judy the decision is made to move the prisoners from glow gar to work on the railroads on sumatra and they got on board a ship the duct ship you'll have to pronounce it for me robert i'll just guess added but in any event there on a ship in the straits of malacca this is forty four june of forty four and their torpedo you call it a hell ship was a prison ship yes the japanese frequently transported pow's throughout the pacific theater on these quote unquote hell ships by basically taking thousands of prisoners and jamming him into the cargo holds without regard for whether or not any of them could breathe or move that's you know they were just packed in like sardines this ship in particular the conveyor vic very poor dutch translation by myself but i tried vic wasn't detour pedo by a british submarine ironically enough who had no idea that from the prisoners of.

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"sumatra" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Does it do to me so what is it doing we we combine so what happens is that remember i've been doing this many many years now it is a vibration that sets up and it sets up it starts with me hearing these tones or sounds within my head and if i don't let the sound out it becomes not painful but uncomfortable it's like if you bend your elbow and you don't say ouch or other words it's more painful so it starts off with sounds which they had investigated by an opera singer who said the sounds from high see too low c and an opera singer could produce those sounds but wouldn't and the only one that they know of that did it on a regular basis was ema sumatra and she was mayan so you're talking tones and you're saying uncomfortable is it created pressure in the head you have to do something like how this is yeah to give an example.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Seem to enjoy the support of segments of the student population could you'll look the shot get dunkel support 'cause we want anyone who supports status to be put on trial in cold but don't want issue ordinary people our news this movement has rattled the pakistani military establishment perhaps because it contradicts its claims to have taken decisive action against all extremist groups in the country senior military officials have suggested the protests are the work of hostile intelligence services they visited the tribal areas to show they are listening to grievances but protesters here say they're not offering real change and that's what they want on the commodity in la hole in november last year the discovery of a new great ape species the tap newly arena tan was met with worldwide excitement but just six months on and the tap moonie population already thin on the ground just eight hundred individuals is facing an existential threat a chinese state run company is moving ahead with clearing forest for large dam project smack in the middle of the iran gitanes habitat in northern sumatra in singleton is director of the sumatran rang a tan conservation program in madan sumatra his organization is lobbying to stop the construction of the dam under threat as many species are in sumatra lustiest result of habitat loss there's also some hunting and poaching of wildlife in the area where they live and occasionally will be shot at hunted maybe even eaten on occasion still but the biggest threat is the threat to the habitat as it is everywhere else and the threat to their habitat in particular now what kind of danger they under the irony irony now is that we're we're also facing mounting threats from socalled renewable energy projects and and the biggest threat right now in about an toro forest where the top ranked has lived is from a brand new hydroelectric scheme land in a valley which contains the highest densities of arena tens in that entire forest and it's going to be devastating so in your view what's the motivation for the construction here.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Seem to enjoy the support of segments of the student population could you'll look the shot get dunkel support 'cause we want anyone who supports status to be put on trial in cold but don't want issue ordinary people our news this movement has rattled the pakistani military establishment perhaps because it contradicts its claims to have taken decisive action against all extremist groups in the country senior military officials have suggested the protests are the work of hostile intelligence services they visited the tribal areas to show they are listening to grievances but protesters here say they're not offering real change and that's what they want on the commodity in la hole in november last year the discovery of a new great ape species the tap newly arena tan was met with worldwide excitement but just six months on and the tap moonie population already thin on the ground just eight hundred individuals is facing an existential threat a chinese state run company is moving ahead with clearing forest for large dam project smack in the middle of the iran gitanes habitat in northern sumatra in singleton is director of the sumatran rang a tan conservation program in madan sumatra his organization is lobbying to stop the construction of the dam under threat as many species are in sumatra lustiest result of habitat loss there's also some hunting and poaching of wildlife in the area where they live and occasionally will be shot at hunted maybe even eaten on occasion still but the biggest threat is the threat to the habitat as it is everywhere else and the threat to their habitat in particular now what kind of danger they under the irony irony now is that we're we're also facing mounting threats from socalled renewable energy projects and and the biggest threat right now in about an toro forest where the top ranked has lived is from a brand new hydroelectric scheme land in a valley which contains the highest densities of arena tens in that entire forest and it's going to be devastating so in your view what's the motivation for the construction here.

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"sumatra" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Have you ever seen that things head is it the size of a man or rhino but its head is the size of a man all right man sorry you know if you ever see a rhino when a rhino decide yeah water buffalo they consider the most dangerous animal on africa club clara three and they're huge we see what the rhino tussle with a water buffalo and what it does to a water buffalo ronald fuck a water buffalo up six ways to sunday bro that black looks more like a white rhino than the why would will there's five thousand discreetly endanger that's a lot of rhino no it's not buddy it's just not damn look there's only sumatran seven job in rhinos yeah very few wow the white rhino there's twenty one thousand come on only a hundred and sixty seven come on hundred of those brown ones we need more that you know our job is and you are some mantras ten points now is sumatra is that indonesia area does java answered rhinos in indonesia they're islands yes they're islands is also there certainly are served berry tigers they're also given monkeys there's the reticulation python is also cope and what is the what is the what is the one ape found in the indonesian archipelago thank you so thank you please say uncle tom no i wanna have i wanna back up for a second you were raised by a british grandma correct.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"All pointing to the fact that this kind of southern species or the southern group at this point you still don't know who's this upper limit is separate is it's just differ nina from both freely them resort thinking in terms of do do we also have a compelling merciful this right we know the geographically sufferer what are the mechanisms for for the separation what is the was the habits are looking like yummy nova's these guys are often the mountain it is completely different where i worked in sumatra innards or woods further north in sumatra who it's kinda cold this is very different does a lot more rain fool the fruits of their raising a completely different the unite in this very different ecological nation so that's these are the kind of situations that we need to see four species right yes all these different environmental pressure severely skies and of course it it i think brings up the question that is may be the question which is like how different to something need to be before it's another species because technically it no longer really holds that species can't breed inter breed right because you can breathe a dog and a wolf i guess but those are subspecies as are both canas us burning solace bruce who they are okay yeah can't as lupus i think it's canas lucas and canas lupus domestic hasn't really wrong they might actually be the same species i'm looking meta jurist but maybe i'm wrong major in so i would say i think we have a very strong case here i mean who sort of based on things like how geographically separate jail uh you know these multiple on the revenues but you know there have been people coming on saying that they don't they don't they wouldn't sort of classified this is a different species is kind of this classic lump has versus splits is it a lot whatever subspecies immoral is that a species yeah right within evolution about in there are people who believes sorta going in one direction and people who believe in going another and a good example of that i just looked it up and it literally says and i said domestic has such as i just made that up its familiar espina domestic dog parenthesis canas lupus familiarise or canas familiar that's probably even in our zealand within a dog abolitionists.

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"sumatra" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Okay so that's me linda more from borneo that means they were split early on before the ocean ever rose yeah they were there was split but that would have been some gene flow between the mall while the ocean was still down so we think now that this population south of out the volcano in sumatra was actually ancestrally the oldest populism okay and they they've ventured off to borneo which in the time they could walk to their first yeah amid it would be will at the same time there would have spread in amend golam southern why would the one north of the volcano be genetically more different how does that work was the of a couple of resumes versus vary between them is oversee very very mountainous and so it's quite difficult to go through between them anyway it seems like there was very limited gene flow sort of for hundreds of thousands of years on the mountains actually divided them more intense lead than the ocean yep because the ocean was much newer yeah i mean i would you do you have to ask a geneticist on them but certainly the there's only a bits of gene flow going in one direction it's only coming from south to north than not coming back the other way and then obviously we have this volcanic eruption uh seventy five thousand years ago that cuts everything that's pretty terrible the every on saturday the the type of eruptions would have seems to have changed the climate on the planet and things like that it's the biggest cresa late in the world its massive.

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"sumatra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sumatra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The coast to sri lanka and in particular miller along the coast of northern sumatra but want to him professor qatada discovered walls that a lot of people had simply waited around it felt the strong shaking but they've done nothing because noone told them what to do some elect three hundred thousand are estimated to have died in nazi nami a lot of and could be saved if they had taken their initiative it's not attending with a his name seminar duckie's evening it's that come online this is professor at qatar that describing a concept known in japan as sonam eaten danko the concept of everyone for themselves saving yourself above others emerged did you keep running through the first evacuation spot yes i did we did my agha's sawara believes the professors teachings saved her life and now studies disaster prevention at the same university where he is based the professor drew up a controversial manual after studying previous tsunamis don't believe in preconceived ideas he said do everything you can take the lead in evacuation however old you are his inspiration says robert mueller would was the story of a 10yearold girl on a beach in thailand who told her jorger fewer or free weeks before she was on holiday in parliament she'd been told what reforms overthrew normally coming good if the c mysteriously recruits away for a bubbles rosy in the water issue nami way with to follow and she's thought his screaming at her parents on the people around her on this speech and the section of beach would be the ernie warm with nobody died this striking example of initiative was one the professor took to hearts it's worth mentioning though that these basic ideas these are controversial in japan and would not widely known the focus has traditionally been whites and fully the instructions of authorities after all japan is very well prepared for natural disasters prouder eventually convince fuel for two in this one town chose his turn of common she and he bullet effort to leave schools originally to allowed ten of the year about what to do in a disaster like this and and he taught the children lou vive basic ideas children should take burn initiative loosely demonstrated leadership others would follow in that situation how unusual is that with with extraordinary thing to happen than in front.

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